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elsieLC
post Nov 25 2003, 02:34 PM
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We are planning on making a trip from SE Pennsylvania to the U.P. next summer. We've received tourist information from the state's tourism department. I also bought a copy of Hunt's Guide to the U.P., but haven't read it yet. Sometimes I think planning for a trip is just as much fun as the actual trip itself. Anyway............ does anyone have any recommendations for campgrounds to use as base camps in the U.P. We'll probably spend 7-10 days there and will probably want to stay a few days in 2 or 3 different CG's in different parts of peninsula. (BTW we have a 36' Class A so that may make a difference on where we can stay). rolleyes.gif
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junmy3
post Apr 12 2004, 09:08 AM
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DW and I went to the UP two years ago and had a wonderful time. For visiting Mackinac Island we stayed at Straights SP and for visiting the Keweenaw Peninsula we stayed at McLain SP. Both were wonderful. We also visited Pictured Rock National Lakeshore in Munising. There we stayed at a National Forest park call Bay furnish, no hook ups and a pit toilet, but we survived.

Have fun, God bless, and take a lot of bug spray.
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